Talent Business Partner

Job Profile Summary:

Reporting to a Head of Department (Talent) in the London HR Team, the Talent Partner will support with execution of Cleveland Clinic London’s (CCL) HR agenda

The HRBP team is split into 4 specialisms: HR Operations, Learning & Development, Talent, and Reward. Depending on the area of specialism the HRBP will have specific focused responsibilities within these areas and will be overseen by the relevant Head of Department.

The Talent Partner will support with the execution of an aggressive hiring plan towards the 2021 hospital opening. A key component of the role is to partner with CCL’s strategic partner RPO to deliver nursing, allied health, operational and corporate hiring plans.

In addition, the role will support with strategic projects in the Talent area – Careers Website, Careers Branding & Marketing, RPO operational support, Workforce Planning and similar

As the HRBP for Talent the role responsibilities will be:

  • Leads talent management initiatives which focus on careers branding, attracting, recruiting and developing talent; aligns, engages, measures and rewards performance

  • Supports Head of Talent with oversight of the RPO programme to achieve CCL’s hiring plan objective

  • Support, guide and challenge business leaders with their Recruitment and establishment planning

  • Applies understanding of the business unit to develop action plans for appropriate response

  • Makes recommendations on identified opportunities for process improvement

  • Reviews and analyzes human resources metrics on productivity, turnover, vacancy rates, employee engagement etc. to identify trends and proactively assesses the work climate.

Other responsibilities as required according to the needs of the business, and a flexible approach to the role given the dynamic nature of the CCL organization as it continues to grow and develop


  • BA / BSc Degree preferred but not essential


  • CIPD Level 7 Qualification desirable

Work Experience:

  • Demonstrable experience of working in a complex HR function at ‘Partner’ level or equivalent

  • Demonstrable track record of progression within Talent Acquisition or Recruitment function with experience of volume resourcing

  • Previous experience working for (in-house) HR Talent Acquisition or complex RPO Partner model essential, and multiple roles (or equivalent progression) in an HR Talent Acquisition function is desirable

  • Demonstrable experience of managing strategic projects and delivering successful outcomes

  • Previous experience of working within private healthcare (desirable)

Complexities of Work:

  • Able to influence stakeholders up to a senior level

  • Flexibility and pragmatism and the ability to deal with ambiguity

  • Demonstrable experience of developing innovative approaches to complex problems.

  • Experience in designing and project managing departmental projects – concepts, principles, practice and thought leadership

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, with the ability to present clear, well-structured reports and briefs.

  • Requires critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to work with minimal supervision.

  • Must be able to work in a pressurized environment and take appropriate action.

Physical Requirements:

  • N/A

Personal Protective Equipment:

  • Follows standard precautions using personal protective equipment as required.

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